A lot has been written about the high levels of legacy technology within the asset management industry. There are many reasons why this is still the case.
Cloud computing is changing the way we all consume and interact with technology. Whether this is at home with Netflix or Amazon Alexa, or at work, with cloud-based services like Office 365 or Salesforce, or...
It has been over 50 years since Peter Dietz published his seminal work ‘Pension Funds: Measuring Investment Performance’ – when performance measurement became both standardized and quantifiable and a new...
As asset service providers continue their success in middle office outsourcing, how can they leverage new technology to manage growing volumes of data and deliver quality to clients?
Asset managers are facing a perfect storm. A combination of mounting regulatory pressure, the shift to low capital market returns and increasing competition have left margins looking wafer thin.
There are a number of reasons why asset managers are increasingly looking to integrate their performance measurement and risk analytics systems.
In The Art of Perfection series we are exploring what asset managers can learn from the worlds of art, science and studies into the human body.
Asset managers face unprecedented opportunities in today's fast-moving marketplace. There are also a myriad of threats.
An integrated approach is key for effective performance and risk management, but can also do a great deal to help operational efficiency.
Using risk and performance attribution data together to gain better visibility is no new thing - it has been on the agenda since before even the global financial crisis.